We have a new naming-rights deal for the Myrtle Beach Pelicans (High Class A; Carolina League), as ticketing firm TicketReturn.Com inks a one-year deal with the team.
The new name for the ballpark: TicketReturn.Com Field at Pelicans Ballpark.
TicketReturn.com has partnered with the Pelicans since 2006 to provide behind-the-scenes “Powered By” software services for the team’s ticket office, website, and ballpark access controls. The Charlotte (N.C.)-based company serves more than 130 sports and entertainment venues across 40 states and British Columbia, issuing more than 22 million tickets annually.
“TicketReturn.com has been an integral part of our success since our ownership group acquired the Pelicans,” said team chairman Chuck Greenberg. “We look forward to strengthening the partnership through this arrangement and better familiarizing the Grand Strand community and visitors with a pioneer company that represents the best in American ingenuity.”
“The Myrtle Beach Pelicans, Chuck Greenberg, and TicketReturn.com have always enjoyed a creative partnership in the world of ticketing technology,” said R. Leroy Denton, President of TicketReturn.com. “We wanted to bring that creative energy to the forefront with TicketReturn.com Field at Pelicans Ballpark. It’s a win-win opportunity for everyone — and a great way to start telling people more about what we have to offer.”
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